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25 September 2017, 12:55 | Percy Christensen
Premier League team news: Everton vs Bournemouth - Rooney & Sigurdsson set for recalls, Stanislas returns for
This was his first league appearance for Everton since May 2016 and he endeared himself to Blues fans after replacing a battered and bruised Rooney.
Blood gushed from his eye and Rooney protested to referee Martin Atkinson, but the official failed to recognise the challenge and continued with play.
In the following weeks and months, as the gangly 26-year-old made an embarrassingly ineffective start to life in England and was summarily written off by new manager Ronald Koeman, the notion that Niasse could realistically stand in for the Belgian was eminently laughable.
With Everton facing a fourth successive league defeat, Niasse hammered the equaliser from a ball by fellow substitute Tom Davies before hooking home the victor from close range.
Today's result for Everton is the fifth time they have beaten Bournemouth at home in a competitive fixture. "It cost time in the first half but I had to change him".
Elsewhere, Burnley extended their unbeaten run to four Premier League matches in a dour 0-0 draw at home to Huddersfield Town.
Oumar Niasse how now scored in back-to-back games after scoring against Sunderland in the Carabao Cup - three in his last two. We have a great opportunity to build some real momentum now and show what we are capable of before going into the next global break. Every time there was a hard time for me, I always tried to do my best.
Everton were immediately more aggressive and direct and nearly equalised only for Andrew Surman to hook Mason Holgate's header off the line, a decision aided by the goalline magic eye.
We then took four points from the first two matches (we beat Stoke 1-0 on the opening day and drew 1-1 at Manchester City), which we were pleased with. We needed in the second half to have another striker close to Dominic to press a bit better than we did before.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe on Everton's lack of goals: "Look at Wayne Rooney, look at his goalscoring record and you're going to say they're less potent an attack?"
"I don't have any problem with Oumar because I spoke with him before the transfer window ended and said: 'Okay you will get your chance with the first team". It is frustrating from our perspective to come here and put that kind of performance in and not get anything.
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